Final Fantasy VII Remake part two to be directed by part one co-director Naoki Hamaguchi

Tetsuya Nomura to serve as creative director.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade

Final Fantasy VII Remake part one co-director will be the sole director on the next part of Final Fantasy VII Remake, co-director Tetsuya Nomura told Famitsu in a newly published interview.

“Today, we announced three Final Fantasy VII titles, but as I mentioned earlier, I’m personally working on more projects now than ever before,” Nomura said. “Since we were able to solidify the base gameplay in the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake and are able to see what we need to improve upon in the future, Naoki Hamaguchi (co-director on Final Fantasy VII Remake) will be entrusted as the director on the next part, while I’ll be involved as the creative director on all things Final Fantasy VII, including the Remake and mobile titles. My basic involvement in the work won’t significantly change, so please give me your continued support.”

Square Enix has not announced any additional information about the next part of Final Fantasy VII Remake.

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